Meet the Lecturers: Liliana Harding

Can you tell us a little bit about your background and what brought you to UEA?

Having studied in England as a postgraduate student, I first moved to Scotland as a lecturer. While having a great time in the North, I also hoped to return to England one day, so I looked for a position in a good university, making the move meaningful professionally. The UEA and the East of England ticked all the right boxes, so I have now been here for close to a decade! Continue reading “Meet the Lecturers: Liliana Harding”

Meet the Lecturers: Fabio Arico

Can you tell us a little bit about your background and what brought you to UEA?

I am Italian born and bred. I come from Pavia, a town South of Milan and I moved to the UK almost 20 years ago to study. I took my MSc and PhD in Economics at the University of Warwick and my first job as a lecturer was at the University of St Andrews. I lived in Scotland for almost 5 years, and then decided to move to UEA, where I arrived in 2012. Norwich looks a lot like Pavia, so I feel at home here. Continue reading “Meet the Lecturers: Fabio Arico”

Meet the Lecturers: Bob Sugden

Can you tell us a little bit about your background and what brought you to UEA?

This is delving into the distant past – I have been at UEA since 1985! Before then, I had been a very young Lecturer in Economics at the University of York, and a quite young Reader at the University of Newcastle. I was ambitious and decided to start applying for professorships. UEA just happened to be one of the first universities to advertise a professorship after I made that decision. But I think one of the main reasons I was given the job was that UEA was very interdisciplinary and I was working on topics in philosophy and politics as well as economics. Continue reading “Meet the Lecturers: Bob Sugden”

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